Comments for: Waterville police report catching burglar in the act

Posted Dec. 24, 2012, at 12:08 p.m.

WATERVILLE | A Waterville man will spend Christmas behind bars after police allegedly caught him trying to break into a local pawn shop early Monday. Further investigation determined that Andrew Cooper, 27, also was responsible for two burglaries at Ken-A-Set, a Waterville department store, over the weekend, according to …

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  • Anonymous

    Inaccurate reporting. Ken-a-Set is not a department store, but a thrift store operated to benefit the mentally challenged. It’s not in the business of trying to make a huge profit, but instead it provides useful work positions for many of its clients and probably reinvests every cent it makes back into helping them every way it can.

    It takes a real low-life loser to steal from anyone, but this thief is the worst of the worst.

  • Bill Cat

    And broke into a paint store, too. Got himself all charged-up busting into a thrift shop and a paint store and then went for the pawn shop. Danged if there isn’t a new fool to take place of the last every time…

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